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Education (AS)

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The Associate of Science degree (AS) in Education is a two-year program designed to prepare students for the elementary or special education bachelors programs.  Students completing this program will develop skills and get the hands-on experience necessary to be accepted into the professional courses offered at the university level.  Course work will satisfy the General Education requirements for the first two years of a bachelor’s degree in elementary or special education.  Specific requirements for the bachelor’s degrees in elementary education and special education can be found at Department of Teacher Education .

  • Credit Hour Requirements:  A total of 60 credit hours are required for graduation; 24 or these are required Education-related and support courses and 36 are required general education courses.
  • Program Code: 5025AS
  • CIPC: 139999


All students should meet with an advisor in the Teacher Education Advisement Center and from the Department of Teacher Education.  Call 801-626-6309 for more information or to schedule an appointment.  See weber.edu/COE/tedadvise.html

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General Education

Refer to Degree Requirements  for Associate of Science requirements.  The following courses required for the AS in Education will also fulfill general education requirements: CHF SS/DV 1500 , COMM HU 1020  or COMM HU CEL 2110 , GEOG SUS/SS/DV 1300  or GEOG SS/DV/SUS 1520 , MATH QL 2020 .  It is recommended that students fulfill the Computer and Information Literacy Part D requirement with LIBS 2604 /EDUC 2604 .

Major Course Requirements for AS Degree

Required Support Courses (15 credit hours)

Required Track-Specific Support Courses (6 credit hours)

Elementary and Special Education: 6 credit hours towards an area of specialization.

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